New guidelines adopted on 12 December restrict equity benchmark choice by Croatian pension firms to 34 indices recognised by Hanfa.
Cypriot broker Hoch Capital, operating in Italy under the free provision of investment services framework introduced by the MiFID 2 directive, faces Consob's first ever precautionary measure.
Digital assets on the blockchain are raising new threats on the Swiss financial market.
The enforcement commission of the French financial watchdog said Morgan Stanley & Co International on 16 June 2015 manipulated prices of 14 French government treasury bonds (OAT) and 8 Belgian bonds (OLO) as well as on an OAT futures contract.
The Malta financial services authority (MFSA) has set supervisory priorities for next year.
Brussels has deemed that using public money to keep the German bank afloat does not constitute state aid. Its decision has been called politically motivated and pro-Berlin.
ESMA’s MiFID II review found that the regulation fell short of its objective to reduce the cost of market data due to the lack of a consolidated tape.
Croatian financial watchdog Hanfa on 5 December has adopted guidelines that it believes will further increase transparency in local tenders.